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Roundball Round Up Dec. 19


Arlington 65, at Brentwood Acad. 33
Arlington scored 37 second-half points, pulling away from Brentwood Academy (2-4, 0-0) to take a 65-33 victory.  Nine Eagles scored in the loss, led by Jordan James with eight points.
Montgomery Central 46, at Fairview 36
Montgomery Central (4-3, 2-0) blew open a close game in the fourth quarter to beat Fairview (2-7, 0-4) 46-36. The Yellow Jackets got 16-points from Trevin Beique.
At Centennial 72, Dickson County 38
Centennial (5-2, 1-1) used strong scoring from Drew Joiner (14), Tyrel Dodson (12) and Kevon Prince (12) to capture the District 11-AAA win.
Independence 51, at Page 37
Independence (2-7, 0-2) outscored Page 20-7 in the final eight minutes to turn a one-point lead into a 51-37 victory in Rudderville. Grayson Murphy (17) led the Eagles in scoring, as Deion Sims (15) and Bryan Thompson (11) added offensive support.  Page’s Dylan White led all scorers with 20 and the Patriots got another ten from Matt O’Toole.
At Brentwood Academy 50, Arlington 28
Brentwood Academy (7-1, 0-0) doubled Arlington at the half, 38-19, and then cruised in the second to take a 50-28 win. Sydni Harvey (13), Tyra Avery (12) and Anna Stephens (11) all hit double digits for the Lady Eagles.
Dickson County 60, at Centennial 37
Dickson County (4-3, 1-2) dominated the middle two eight-minute periods, defeating Centennial (7-4, 1-1) 60-37 to knock the Lady Cougars out of a share of first place in District 11-AAA.
Independence 49, at Page 27
Independence (2-6, 0-1) bounced back from a tough loss Thursday night, stretching a 10-point half-time lead to 22 and beating Page (2-4, 0-0) 29-27.  Avery Wharton led the Lady Eagles with 9 points, while Page got scoring from eight different players.  Elizabeth Hood was the top scorer for Page with 5.
At Franklin 51, Beech 48
The Rebels bounced back from a Friday night loss to rival Brentwood by snagging a solid home win against Beech. Franklin had eight players score, led by Ben Hagaman’s 18.
At Brentwood Academy  76, Cookeville 54
Brentwood Academy made the fourth quarter count, outscoring the Cavaliers 22-7 enroute to a 76-54 victory. Jeremiah Oatsvall poured in 33 points, including 5 three-pointers to lead all scorers. Ed Wilks (16) and Jordan James (13) also scored in double figures for the Eagles.
At Brentwood Academy  47, Cookeville 30
Brentwood Academy made it a clean sweep over Cookeville Saturday night with a 47-30 girls victory. Breuna Jackson (13) and Sydni Harvey (10) led the Lady Eagles.
East Hickman 35, Fairview 35
A furious fourth quarter rally could not overcome an early East Hickman advantage as Fairview dropped a heartbreaker at home, 36-35. Trevin Beique led Fairview with 11, as seven others assisted the point total.
East Hickman 48, at Fairview 41
After trailing by 15 at the half, Fairview found the offense scoring 22 in the fourth quarter before coming up short in a 48-41 district loss to East Hickman. Jessie Mangrum nailed 20 points in the outburst.

Posted on: 12/19/2013


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